Former University of Minnesota rowing student-athlete and assistant coach Teresa Logemann joined the University of Notre Dame rowing program as its assistant coach in October 2015.
"We felt Teresa was the best candidate to help us in several specific areas,” said Irish head coach Martin Stone at the time of Logemann’s hiring. “In speaking with people she's worked with, she connects well with student-athletes and connected well with her teammates while at Minnesota."
A graduate assistant for one season before serving as an assistant coach for 2.5 years, Logemann mentored the first varsity four boat and served as the program’s recruiting coordinator in addition to other duties during her time on the Minnesota staff.
"I am grateful to Coach Stone for the opportunity of a lifetime," said Logemann. "There is no doubt that Notre Dame is a special place, and I am thrilled to grow the Fighting Irish family."
Logemann graduated from Minnesota in May 2011 with a Bachelor of Arts in architecture with a minor in French. She later earned a Master of Education in applied kinesiology & sports management in December 2014 while serving as a graduate assistant with the rowing program.
As a Golden Gopher student-athlete, Logemann served as a team captain and earned three letters after beginning her career as a freshman walk on.
Logemann earned the Big Ten Sportsmanship Award (2011) and was a three-time Academic All-Big Ten selection (2008-09, 2009-10, 2010-11).